A mural by Bristol artist Banksy which disappeared from the side of a London store and appeared at an auction in Miami until it was withdrawn at the last minute, is now going under the hammer in Covent Garden.
The local Trades Union Congress has attacked the move:
The Slave Labour Banksy belongs to the people of Haringey not to a wealthy private client.
We want the sale stopped and the Banksy back where it belongs in London N22.
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